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April 13: European Literature Night

Posted by isulib on April 8, 2015

Charlemagne

Language students from French, German, and Spanish will be reading excerpts from key European texts from the Renaissance to the twenty-first century. Readings will be in the original language, and each reading will feature an introduction to the author, work, and the time period in English, and will include a translation in English of the text read.

Information: Contact Professor Keri Yousif

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Join the BIG READ: Fahrenheit 451

Posted by isulib on March 16, 2012

Join the Wabash Valley Big Read 2012 in reading Ray Bradbury’s classic: Fahrenheit 451. From late February and into April, events, discussions, and more centering on Bradbury’s frightening vision of a future without books will be featured throughout the Wabash Valley community. The ISU Library will be hosting several programs.

Info page

Brochure

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